Learn how to decorate beautiful cupcakes with Tracey at Essence of Cakes
Struggle to find your perfect lipstick shade? Then make your own!
EmptyChair was doing something completely new today – a new free experience right in the heart of London! We are lucky enough to have partnered up with the Victoria and Albert Museum, who offer a range of Lunchtime Lectures, for free, throughout the year. Today, Jonathan Glancey, author of ‘What’s So Great About the Eiffel […]
Top tips to make the most out of EmptyChair
So to give you some ideas on how to get your hands busy, we decided to put together a list of the top 5 most romantic things to make this Valentines, with added recommendations of where in London you can make them.
The team at EmptyChair decided to spice up our Friday evening with a bit of Spanish Olive Oil Tasting with the Spanish Olive Oil School. In a lovely space off Clapham High Street, the amazing duo that is Mar and Elena took us through a wonderful variety of olive oils from Spain. We learnt about […]
At a colourful studio nestled in the heart of Barnet we at EmptyChair found a group of ceramic crafters. Parents and children alike painted and decorated the adorable figurines lining the walls of the studio. In the back on the studio a large kiln whirred away, firing the painted creations into glazed masterpieces. Lyuba, a […]
Over the weekend, the EmptyChair team met Nidhi, founder of Meri Rasoi – a chef based in the UK with a passion for making real Indian cooking accessible. Her mission: to help widen peoples understanding of Indian cuisine through simple recipes, fresh produce, and a welcoming kitchen environment. In her kitchen to die for, Nidhi […]
In a colourful studio, a short walk from Shakespeare’s Globe, we find Sam and Diana – a delightful couple – who eagerly shared their creative knowledge with us through their vision, MYO London! Before the class started, I had a chance to walk around the studio and peered at the different mediums that artists worked […]
The EmptyChair team was lucky enough to experience an Art History seminar lead by the charming Mariska Beekenkamp-Wladimiroff, Director of Art Historical London, with an intriguing insight into the Portrait of Madame de Pompadour at her Tambour Frame (1763-4). The work, by François-Hubert Drouais, captures the Marquise of Pompadour for the last time, bringing to […]